The gear wheel in the brain of our beloved chairperson Mrs. Mamta Gupta decided that come December we should have the exuberant Mandala Art which was not only intriguing but enthralled everyone from old to young
The Honorable Judge for the event was Mrs Sharada.
Mandala Art: The word Mandala in Sanskrit means circle.
Mandalas generally have one identifiable centre. From which emanates an array of symbols, shapes and forms. A Mandala represents wholeness. The circular design symbolizes the notion that life is never-ending.
Mandalas can contain both geometric and organic forms. They can also contain recognizable images that carry meaning for the person who is creating. It also represents a connection between our inner worlds and outer reality. Designing your own Mandala is both inspirational and therapeutic. ‘Carl Jung’ introduce this art as a form of self-discovering. Viewing or Coloring the Mandala relaxes and heals the mind. Traditional mandalas are used as meditative tools and spiritual symbols. ‘Rangolis’ alpanas and designs in temples etc.
Waiting for the Mandala to begin…
Participation with Enthusiasm…